Historian’s Office, Martyrdom Account, Draft

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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pass for <​his​> private Secretary, Dr.
11 A. M. left the jail for home and with a verbal charge to assist in gathering and forwarding witnesses for the expected <​promised​> trial. <​ Esq <​Joseph’s lawyer principal lawyer​> left for ​>
11.20 returned with the following pass for ;
“Permit , the private secretary of Joseph Smith, to be with him if he desires it, and to pass and repass the guard.
June 27th 1844.”
,
Commander in Chief.”
and <​​> said he could not get one for himself.
met in the Street, and informed him that Joseph wanted to see him
11.30 arrived <​at the Jail,​> <​and​> read a letter from .
Joseph, , and tried to get past the guard, but they all failed. <​the guard <​they​> <​persisted in​> refusing to admit him.​>
12½ noon. <​Joseph​> Wrote for of to come up on Saturday as my <​his​> attorney as follows: “Lawyer (copy letter) J. S.” [p. 49]
pass for his private Secretary, Dr.
11 A. M. left the jail for with a verbal charge to assist in gathering and forwarding witnesses for the promised trial. Esq Joseph’s principal lawyer left for
11.20 returned with the following pass for ;
“Permit , the private secretary of Joseph Smith, to be with him if he desires it, and to pass and repass the guard.
June 27th 1844.”
,
Commander in Chief.”
said he could not get one for himself.
met in the Street, and informed him that Joseph wanted to see him
11.30 arrived at the Jail, and read a letter from .
Joseph, , and tried to get past the guard, but they persisted in refusing to admit him.
12½ noon. Joseph Wrote for of to come up on Saturday as his attorney as follows: “Lawyer (copy letter) J. S.” [p. 49]
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